1925 Indian Standard 999cc

1925 Indian Standard 999cc

A rare opportunity to own a true 1920s Indian motorcycling icon.  

  • GUIDE PRICE: £20,000 - £30,000

+ buyers premium of 15% plus VAT (18% incl VAT) on the first £300,000 of the hammer and 10% plus VAT (12% incl VAT) thereafter

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LIVE AUCTION: This lot will be auctioned on Sunday 7th April, 2024 at 11.00am BST at Shuttleworth, Old Warden Park, Beds, SG18 9EP

  • Registration Number

    REG NUMBER
    ML 9028

SUMMARY

A rare opportunity to own a true 1920s Indian motorcycling icon.  

DESCRIPTION

  • Part of the late John Macaulay Collection
  • Built in the Indian Factory from 1916 to 1924 and called a 'Powerplus' as it was more powerful than its predecessor
  • Utilising a unique cradle-sprung frame that used leaf springs and a rear swing-arm
  • The name was changed in 1922 to 'Standard' as it reflected the fact that it was not as powerful as the new 'Chief'
  • This example is presented in 90% restored condition as it's owner, John Macaulay, passed before the bike was finished
  • The engine and most of the bike were completed, photographed in its current condition and includes the parts shown
  • UK-registered on a current V5C
  • Engine turns over with compression but will require recommissioning or restoring before use

SPECIFICATION

Make
INDIAN
Model
STANDARD
Registration Number
ML 9028
Frame Number
Not Seen
MOT Expiry
Exempt
Engine Number
88J051

CONSIGNOR

Consignor

For further information regarding this lot please contact Mark.

CONTACT

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Purchasers will be contacted after the sale regarding transport.

Due to venue restrictions, all lots must be cleared from Shuttleworth by 2pm on Monday 8th April 2024. If your motorcycle is not collected by then, we will arrange transport with Moving Motorcycles at a cost of £125+VAT which will include 3 days storage at their secure facility in Northamptonshire.

 

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